The Harpers, once a heroic family of witches, are broken. The loss of Chris and Holly's daughter was the final straw in a series of heartbreaks and now they've given up on fighting for the greater good.
New secrets help point to the fate of their daughter. Working together again, they struggle to reclaim the life they once had, but ten years away from each other comes with consequences. Tensions are high as each witch grasps at every opportunity to restore their family, including working with former enemies.
While the witches learn to work with each other again and move on from the past, they leave themselves susceptible to the influence of the Fire Wizards and the Pentad, demonic supergroups that may be the end of them.
The Blue Moon is the fifth and final book in the Under the Moon Series.
|Product dimensions:||5.25(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.81(d)|
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ok to start off, I'll get the negative out of the way. I'm not too crazy about Kathy. Maybe it's mainly her voice. Lol. But she's so quick to pass judgement on other family members. Well, for that matter all the family is. I still haven't forgiven Holly for not even listening to Chris's side of the story regarding their daughter's death. How can people claim to know and love each other and instantly turn their back on them? They have all been through the worst though so I guess nothing is a surprise. I would begin to expect the worst. This is one of the most disfunctional families I have ever met. This has definitely been one roller coaster ride from the very first book. Moving on to the positive. Wow, what an ending! David Neth did a great job bringing everything to a close. I was really satisfied and happy. If you have been reading all the books up until now, you are in for some wonderful surprises! No spoilers but you have got to read this one! And in this book we get to hear so much about the Fire wizards and Pentad (hope I have that spelled correctly). One thing is for sure, with David's writing, you never know who to trust. There's so much action and we get to see what unfolds in each characters' life and the family as a whole also. If you're listening to the audiobook, you won't be disappointed either. The narrator, as usual, does a great job. He has the kind of voice that delivers the right kind of setting at the right time. He takes us through all the different emotions a human can possibly go through, from great loss, sadness and desperation, to great joy and celebration.